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Hi all Here is Tamiya’s 1/35 M41 “Walker Bulldog”, which I originally built 8 years ago (and recently made into a diorama) to represent a vehicle operated by the IV Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) Armour School, Thu Duc, South Vietnam 1971. In 1964 the M41 light tank was selected to replace the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) M24 Chaffe light tank, which they had inherited from the French (who originally got them from the U.S.) The first M41A3s arrived in January 1965, equipping five ARVN squadrons by the end of the year. Apparently the M41 was an instant success with S
(Sci-Fi) Hangar Deck 04 (DP06) (No Scale) GreenStrawberry https://www.britmodeller.com/reviews/greenstrawberry/bases/dp04/boxtop.jpg Finding a display base for your latest creation can be a mite tricky, so it's often a case of building your own. No longer is that the case, as GreenStrawberry have come up with a new line of Display Pads that are available now, and able to be completed one of two ways, depending on how much effort you want to put into your base. The base arrives in a small black box with the usual GS styling, and a stick
Norman Street 1:35 MiniArt A new release from their diorama range, this is a vacform and styrene multi-media kit that includes some rather colourful posters and shop headings into the bargain. The kit arrives in a large single-engined fighter kit-sized box, and has quite some weight in it. Inside are four large sheets of vacformed styrene and four more of injection moulded styrene, plus the instruction booklet, which has the posters and shop banners printed on the back page. If you're new to vacformed kits, or could do with some help, you will do well to visit John Adams (of Aeroc